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of these flash floods last night are extensive. this for example -- in indiana you can see the water was so strong it created this huge crater. is literally ripped off his guard rail -- it literally ripped off this guardrail. the raging waters from cameron run creek went a quarter mile down the hill and tossed cars like they were tools. students at st. university were in class last night when the street became a pilot river. >> by the time they got to the doors, the waters were there and we could not get out. >> there was flooding in the water, and then we saw a dumpsters also, you know, floating on water. >> they were stranded for more than two hours eventually rescued by cruz. today car owners are slowly trickling back. >> the water flows out. >> the sunshine now shines on the blood-stricken community. the cleanup is a mess. >> it is not necessary. you know, we do not understand why it happened, how it happened. >> this video shows how 5 inches of rain filled basements in 3 hours. >> that neighborhood has a bad history of flooding. here in vienna, 133 families were unable
away over southern indiana, western kentucky. we're on the eastern side of it. it continues to tap moisture. we're still dealing with the runoff from yesterday's heavy rains. all these areas in green still have creeks and streams out of their banks, and there's high standing water in southern maryland and prince george's county and prince william and fairfax and southern loudoun county into montgomery and frederick county. right now the radar is showing some scattered light to moderate showers in montgomery county, southern fairfax, into prince george's county and western parts of charles county and southeastern prince william. those areas in yellow, it's coming down a little bit harder. some moderate rain there in western charles county and southeastern prince william county. there's one moderate shower as well in central montgomery county. they're all advancing off to the northwest out of the southeast. first light of day showing up. our sunrise is about 15 minutes away. we'll have a passing shower this morning. perhaps a heavy downpour. then maybe a little sun breaking out after
in this morning. from lagrange, indiana. tim on the independent line. what did you think of the proposal? caller: actually, he had a lot of good points. listening to everybody this morning, it kind of points out the problem. either to the left or to the right. we need to come together. there is a place, a role for the federal government. we are the united states. it was proposals from the federal government that built the great bands like the hoover dam under eisenhower, a republican -- the great dams. the federal highway system, we pay for that with a small tax on gas. there is a place. we need to put teachers back to work. everybody knows that states cannot independently print money. it has to come from the federal government. that is what makes us the united states of america. everything that is going on -- i had a son who works in construction, building houses. he is unemployed. i had a daughter who is disabled, with down syndrome, so medicare and social security affects me. my parents are retired. all of this affects me. we have to come together as a country and do something. the private se
/11, but all firefighters across the nation. the second one was we went into linonier, indiana. the mayor came out and met with us and was so appreciative of us coming to their small town to bring pride back into their fire department and their city, who this mayor had come in and really made a transformation with a a positive turn into it and we were able to help him and that was all what we wanted to do is make these connections, build the relationships, and make this a positive thing. >> it's incredible what you have done. we wish you all the best, a safe journey through the holland tunnel across the bridge and into ground zero. thank you so much. >> yeah. looking forward to it. thank you very much for the interview. >> daryl sails with the bay to brooklyn journey. great stuff. >>> south san francisco motorcyclists revved up their engines for an east coast road trip of their own. this is the ride with 40 group of the they just finished their 2700 mile trip to shanksville, pennsylvania. they're honoring the 40 passengers and crew members killed on united airlines flight 93. they're raising f
players. we've talked about this being tropical moisture. well, remnants of lee out over indiana moved west today. that has been contributing moisture. we've had a stationary front over the region which provided the track and katia has provided a little bit of that tropical moisture. katia is now moving northeast of bermuda very fast and that means the drying trend will begin. it will get a little better tomorrow but really into the weekend is where we think we'll see nice improvement. tonight the flash flood watch continues. areas of tropical rain, worried about the northern neck, charles county, prince george's county county, this is moving in your direction. if you get a thunderstorm, you get much heavier rain. showers tomorrow, maybe a thunderstorm, too but not as widespread and not as heavy and a quick look at our planner, scattered showers 8 a.m. noon scattered showers and 5:00 maybe a thunderstorm, 79 degrees. it's better for the weekend, a lot drier. maybe a couple isolated showers maybe a couple more sunday afternoon. i heard coach saying
still have a low spinning owl to indiana and ohio. we still have katia in the outer atlantic there. we're stuck in the middling and the pattern has changed too much. so this morning, light sprinkles and calvert, southern prince george's county into charles county. coming across the western district and up to leesburg. monika samtani, over to you. >>> well, a live look straight up on the outer loop of the beltway at route 355 here and that's because there's another accident. it's been this way all week long on the outer loop. the live picture there where the accident -- there may be two accidents there on the outer loop. the backup already beginning at connecticut avenue. right now we're hearing from authorities that only it will left lane is getting -- the left lane is getting by and look at this, it's 5:00 in the morning and you've got if backup at -- the backup at connecticut avenue. i think a lot of people decided to do the same thing. get the early start and now we have this accident. i'll keep you posted on that. now over to the maps, we're going to start off with gaithersburg and
are stuck in place to our west, over kentucky and ohio and indiana, and it's stacked deep into the atmosphere and continuing to spin away and continuing to bring in clouds for us and some occasional showers. right now, reagan national is just downriver from this drippy live scene from our city camera. it's 72 there. and there's a light east wind with some light rain there right now. and as we look at the latest flood warnings, we've had now fewer counties under flood warnings. these include now in southern maryland, charles, st. mary's, parts of extreme eastern prince george's county and parts of anne arundell and calvert, where the creeks and streams there are still out of their banks. also montgomery and frederick county in maryland have some of the major rivers like the ma knocksy and seneca creek near or above flood stage. here's the latest radar. over the last hour, we've had one really heavy downpour. where you see the pockets of orange in annapolis and anne arundell county, that's advancing to the north. we have other areas of light rain in fairfax county, in montgo
and now it's drifting a little bit to the west, spinning over southern indiana and southern ohio, and it's just a stacked low pressure system that is locked in place, and it is not moving. as a result, we have had this continual flow out of the southeast bringing in the tropical moisture. we still have residual flooding from the rains from yesterday. creeks and streams still out of their banks in st. mary's, in calvert, in charles. prince george's, anne arundel county as well as, of course, in fairfax and prince william, southern loudoun, montgomery, as well as frederick county in maryland. the radar over the last hour has been showing an increase in some showers that have been popping up. thankfully, though, they're not turning into heavy downpours yet, about you they could. we have them stretching from southern maryland right here into washington, into far eastern fairfax county, southern montgomery county now. they are getting moderate shower there in bethesda right across the district line and then right across the potomac into mclean. they're getting a light to moderate shower there
and what has not been done in a given area. i visited the fusion center in the state of indiana. i've done it in a couple other areas and i think they represent probably the best hope for giving you the kind of response you want on unity of effort in any given crisis. >> gentlelady from new york, my colleague, ms. clarke. mr. clark from michigan. >> thank you, mr. chair. my question to the entire panel is how can the department of homeland security best judge in urban areas risk of an attack based on the assessment that it uses now? i represent metropolitan detroit. we have a large international airport hub. that airport was the destination of the plane that the christmas day bomber attempted to blow up. there is a strong likelihood that our region could be the target of another attack. now in addition to the likelihood of an attack, the department also needs to look at the consequences of an attack. metropolitan metropolitan detroit did not use that as an example. we have a large population center. we have a border that is water, that is also the busiest international border crossing in t
. they're from louisiana, california, indiana, illinois. every year you keep seeing more t-shirts from more locations. >> we'll pitch in as much as we can. >> katrina, we jumped on his bandwagon. this is contagious. >> it's like a big dysfunctional family reunion of all these disaster survivors who get together to do a barn raising. >> pounding nails, it helps you heal. >> it's about using the 9/11 anniversary to celebrate that volunteer spirit. >> we'll see you all next year. >> people say thank you for doing this. i said you want to thank me, show up on the next one. ♪ my subaru saved my life. i won't ever forget that. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. love. if by blessed you mean freaked out about money. well, we suddenly noticed that everything was getting more expensive, so we switched to the bargain detergent, but i found myself using three times more than you're supposed to and the clothes still weren't as clean as with tide. so we're back to tide. they're cuter in clean clothes. [ laughs ] thanks, honey. yeah. you suck at folding. [ laughs ] that's my tide. what's you
the next community. they're from louisiana and indiana and california and illinois and every year you see more t-shirts from more locations. after katrina we just jumped on his band wagon. this whole paying it forward thing is contagious. >> like this big dysfunctional family reunion of these disaster survivors who get together and do a barn raising. >> banging nails and building something but the relationships help you heal. >> it's about using the 9/11 anniversary to celebrate the 9/11 spirit. >> we'll see you all next year. >> people say thank you for doing this. i say you want to tlang me? show up on the next one. >> jeff's group has restored an american flag from ground zero now known as the national 9/11 flag. to find out more about his work or to make a donation go to cnn heroes.com and join the conversation on cnn heroes, facebook, and twitter pages as well. u.s. troops in afghanistan talked to suzanne malveaux about the 9/11 attacks. emotions are still very raw for some. suzanne will be joining us live from kabul after this. [ nurse ] i'm a hospice nurse. britta olsen is my patie
has not been done in a given area. i visited the fusion center in my state of indiana. i've done it in a couple other areas, and i think they represent probably the best hope for giving you the kind of response you want on unity of effort in any given crisis. >> i recognize the gently day from new york, ms. clark. i'm sorry, from michigan. >> thank you, mr. chair. my question to the entire panel is how can the department of homeland security best judge an urban area's risk of an attack based on the assessments used now? we have in large international airport hub in detroit. that airport was the destination of the plane that the christmas day bomber attempted to blow up, so there's some likelihood that our region could be the target of another attack. now, in addition to the likelihood of an attack, the department also needs to look at the consequences of an attack. metropoll tan detroit, i'll use that as an example, we have a large population center. we have a border that is water that is also the busiest international border crossing in terms of trade in north america. we also h
center in the state of indiana. i've done it in a couple other areas and i think they represent probably the best hope for giving you the kind of response you want on unity of effort in any given crisis. >> gentlelady from new york, my colleague, ms. larke. mr. clark from michigan. >> thank you, mr. chair. my question to the entire panel is how can the department of homeland security best judge in urban areas ri of an attack based on the assessment that it uses now? i represent metropolitan detroit. we have a large international airport hub. that airport was the destination of the plane that the christmas day bomber attempted to blow up. there is a strong likelihood that our region could be the target of another attack. now in addition to the lielihood of an attack, the department also needs to look at the consequences of an attack. metropolitan metropolitan detroit did not use that as an example. we have a large population center. we have a border that is water, that is also the busiest ternational border crossing in terms of trade in north america. we also have a large regional drinkin
community. from louisiana, california, indiana and illinois. every year you see more t-shirts from more locations. >> after katrina, we jumped on his band wagon. this whole thing is just contagious. >> it's like this big dysfunctional family reunion of the disaster survivors that get together and do a barn raising. >> banging nails and building something but it's the relationships that help you heal. >> it's about using the 9/11 anniversary to celebrate in that volunteer spirit. >> we will see you all next year! >> people say thank you for doing this and you say you want to thank me? show up on the next one. >>> there is lower emanhattan. the two ponds, the two pools will be these memorial sites and the footprint of the trade center. the south print there in new york city. a lot of people down there this morning. ray kelly down there. a lot of getting ready for the 9/11 anniversary. >> join us tomorrow as cnn will cover it all. >>> the question we asked you this morning how has 9/11 changed you? chris says september 11th made me more of a citizen
indiana. caller: there is no bill, nothing to vote on yet because this is just so for a speech and we have no idea what is going to be in the bill. they should get warren buffett and his friends to pay for it. open an account. they should be able to pay for it. it took three years for him to recognize that small business gets the job done, not government. guest: there is no bill. you're quite right. the devil is always in the details. we deceive the specifics, the legislative language -- we need to see the specifics. with respect to generating revenue, i think the very best way we can generate additional revenue is to put 14 million people back to work. the best way to rein in our deficit and for us to increase our economic activity is to reduce the number of people who are unemployed and underemployed. i am hopeful this plan will be a start of the effort to do that. host: did the white house reach out to house democrats prior to the speech? guest: not that i'm aware of. they may have reached out to the leadership. not to members of the rank-and- file. we were given the text of the speech
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